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Public Address 8 December: Super cities & same-sex marriage

Public Address 8 December 2014 - Super cities, same-sex marriage and some bullsh*t

Why churches should marry same-sex couples
8:12 Dec 8, 2014 in Speaker by Colin Jackson
I am Colin Jackson, a middle-aged married father of two and until recently a long-term adherent of Wellington Central Baptist. Early in 2013, I wrote to the New Zealand Baptist national leader Craig Vernall criticising his public opposition to the…
http://publicaddress.net/speaker/why-churches-should-marry-same-sex-couples/

Wellington Super City? Not even if it’s the best idea ever.
13:00 Dec 7, 2014 in Legal Beagle by Graeme Edgeler
The Local Government Commission has released a Draft Proposal for Reorganisation of Local Government in Wellington. It proposes a region-wide governance structure, with a single overarching council replacing the Greater Wellington Regional Council, the Carterton District Council, the Hutt City…
http://publicaddress.net/legalbeagle/wellington-super-city-not-even-if-its-the/

Some reprehensible bullsh*t
9:00 Dec 7, 2014 in Hard News by Russell Brown
EXCLUSIVE, trumpets the Herald on Sunday’s front page lead story today, HIDDEN ROOMS IN MAYOR’S NEW OFFICE. ‘What secrets are concealed in Len Brown’s flash new office?’ the headline inside demands. A better question might have been: is anybody really…
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